andrew.cavers at gmail.com
Wed Aug 24 12:00:36 CEST 2005
Are you sure that webcam doesn't use the pwc driver? Regardless, I
also had problems with the pwc part of pdp. It is incompatible with
the new reverse-engineered pwc drivers and should be removed from pdp.
Once the pwc code from pdp was removed, pdp treated my pwc webcam like
any thoer and it worked perfectly. See my previous post
how to remove the pwc bit and hopefully solve your problem.
Hope this helps.
On 8/23/05, jeroen visser <jeroen at 121234.net> wrote:
> Is there any experience using the spca webcam driver with pdp_v4l?
> If I attach the webcam (creative notebook) it's seen by pd,
> initialized, and then pd gives a "detected pwc" ???!!!!
> any help greatly appreciated, jeroen
> pdp_v4l: opening /dev/video0
> pdp_v4l: cap: name Creative Notebook PD1171 type 1 channels 1 maxw 640
> maxh 480 minw 176 minh 144
> pdp_v4l: picture: brightness 32768 depth 24 palette 4
> pdp_v4l: channel 0 name ZC301-2 type 2 flags 0
> pdp_v4l: switched to channel 0
> pdp_v4l: set norm to 0
> pdp_v4l: buffer size 4915232, frames 4, offset 0 1228808
> pdp_v4l: using VIDEO_PALETTE_YUV420P
> pdp_v4l: frame 0 0, format 15, width 320, height 240
> pdp_v4l: Opened video connection (320x240)
> pdp_v4l: detected pwc
> pdp_v4l: frame 1 1, format 15, width 320, height 240
> pdp_v4l: no device opened
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